Virtual School Meanderings

February 24, 2009

VHSM Vodcast: Virtual Schooling In Canada Introduction

Well, I haven’t really kept up on the podcasting plans I had intended in the Fall (see VHSM And Podcasting).  In fact, I managed to get them up as a Teaser (read Intro) and in October (read Intro).

Anyway, these aren’t really podcasts (or vodcasts as the title implies).  I was contracted by the Virtual School Clearinghouse to create two videos: one on models of K-12 online learning in Canada and a second on effective web-based design for adolescent learners.  You can access these, and other videos here.

This first one, entitled Models of K-12 Online Learning: The Canadian Experience, focused upon a variety of organizational and delivery models utilized by K-12 online learning programs in Canada.  While some are consistent with the models that you would find in the United States (probably best described in John Watson’s Keeping Pace with Online Learning reports), some are kind of unique to the Canadian context.

In the following message, I have attempted to embed the video link in the hopes that it will act as an RSS feed of the video itself so that it will appear in my iTunes area for the VHSM Podcasts.  I guess I’ll find out in a few days whether or not it worked.  In the meantime, enjoy…

1 Comment »

  1. […] I mentioned yesterday in VHSM Vodcast: Virtual Schooling In Canada Introduction, this is the second video I created for the Virtual School Clearinghouse. This one is officially […]

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